The Right Women: A Journey Through The Heart Of Conservative America

Authors: Elinor Burkett
Publisher: Scribner
Keywords: conservative, america, heart, journey, women, right
Pages: 288
Published: 1999-03-04
Language: English
Category: Politics, Politics & Social Sciences,
ISBN-10: 0684852020     ISBN-13: 9780684852027
Binding: Paperback (1st Touchstone Ed)
List Price: 19.95 USD
  • Rating: 80%
Despite feminist predictions that women's liberation would forge a national sisterhood steeped in common values and goals, today's most outspoken voices come from women who ironically embody the ideal of independence even as they denounce the principles of "old" feminism. Drawing on more than one hundred interviews, Elinor Burkett takes readers into the lives, minds, and hearts of conservative women, from prominent politicians like Elizabeth Dole to gun-toting militiawomen. Neither an attack on feminism nor a defense of antifeminism, The Right Women is an evenhanded and lively exploration of a movement that is rewriting the rules, not only for women, but for American society as a whole.

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